Showing the performance of VB.NET within Visual Studio 2010
Posted on 2010-08-20
I have a small VB.NET application that connects to a SQL database, runs some queries and emails the results.
There are quite a few areas in the code that I know can be streamlined to make the app run faster, however, I'd like to be able to see just how much of an improvement the changes to the code will make.
Can anyone advise how to view the impact on system resources that an application uses when it runs, so that I might see the difference when I change the code? Also are there any other items that I should be watching for?
I'm using Visual Studio 2010 Professional.